August 12, 2016
REVIEWS: Pete's Dragon, Hell or Highwater, and Disorder
Pete's Dragon: Painted in vivid colors, flush with love and alive with whimsy, Pete’s Dragon is a superbly sweet and earnestly enchanting delight.
Hell or High Water: "Mackenzie masterfully embeds us into the lives of his anti-heroes, while weaving a story of moral complexity and chilling compromise. It’s so rich in detail and atmosphere, you’ll marvel that an English auteur spun such a stirring story about good ol’ boys in the new Old West."
Disorder: "What’s won Disorder the most praise is Winocour’s execution, which employs claustrophobic cinematography and a chilling sound design to subsume the audience into Vincent’s traumatized POV."
Plus an in-depth interview with Disorder's star Diane Kruger.